Design of a broadband microwave amplifier constructed with mixed lumped and distributed elements for mobile communication
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CitationSiddik Yarman, B., & Cimen, E. G. (2002). Design of a broadband microwave amplifier constructed with mixed lumped and distributed elements for mobile communication. Paper presented at the 334-337. doi:10.1109/OCCSC.2002.1029109
In this paper, we designed a broadband microwave amplifier utilizing. the "semi-analytic method to describe symmetrical lossless two-ports with two-kinds of elements", namely, distributed and lumped elements in cascade connection. It is expected that the results presented in this paper will find immediate application to design analog/digital mobile communication systems put on MMICs or VLSI chips.
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